The 31 Best Horror Movies For Those Over 40

It’s October, and the month of October, brings thoughts of Fall, cooler weather, fall festivals, change of seasons, and of course Halloween and horror movies.

As someone over the age of 50, I can honestly say they do not make good horror films like they used to. Yes, sure on occasions we may be treated to a really good horror movie every so often, but young people don’t know what a great horror flick looks like.

Here is our list of 31 great horror movies for those over the age of 40. Yes, 31 movies for 31 nights. Click and check out the trailers on IMDb.

Let us know what your favorite horror movie is that was made before the year 1990.

Oh, and just one more thing, don’t turn off the lights!!!

1. Alien – 1979

2. Aliens – 1986

3. A Nightmare on Elm Street – 1984

4. An American Werewolf in London – 1981

5. Children of the Corn – 1984

6. Child’s Play – 1988

7. Friday the 13th – 1980

8. Friday the 13th Part 2 – 1981

9. Fright Night – 1985

10. Halloween – 1978

11. Halloween 2 – 1981

12. Hellraiser – 1987

13. Invasion of the Body Snatchers – 1978

14. Jaws – 1975

15. Night of the Living Dead – 1968

16. Phantasm – 1979

17. Psycho – 1960

18. Rosemary’s Baby – 1968

19. Salem’s Lot – 1979

20. The Amityville Horror – 1979

21. The Blob – 1958

22. The Evil Dead – 1981

23. The Exorcist – 1973

24. The Howling – 1981

25. The Lost Boys – 1987

26. The Omen – 1976

27. The Serpent and the Rainbow – 1988

28. The Shinning – 1980

29. The Texas Chain Saw Massacre – 1974

30. Trilogy of Terror – 1975

31. Village of The Damned – 1960

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